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British soldier with fixed bayonet, First World War, 1914-1918.

British soldier with fixed bayonet, First World War, (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images) -> I think the thing about the 'rogue knitters' is hysterical!

Infantry and carriers of 8th Royal Scots pause during the attack by 15th (Scottish) Division on Tilburg, 27 October 1944.

Infantry and carriers of Royal Scots pause during the attack by (Scottish) Division on Tilburg, 27 October 1944

Canadian troops posing with a captured German flag, near Hautmesnil, France, 10 Aug 1944; note Sten gun and Lee-Enfield rifle. (Library and Archives Canada)

[Photo] Canadian troops posing with a captured German flag, near Hautmesnil, France, 10 Aug 1944; note Sten gun and Lee-Enfield rifle

Canadian troops posing with a captured German flag, near Hautmesnil, France, 10 Aug note Sten gun and Lee-Enfield rifle. (Library and Archives Canada)

Colorized World War II photo - 6

B A sniper from "C" Company Battalion The Black Watch (Highland) Division in position in a ruined building in Gennep Holland 14 February 1945

Canadian rifleman aims at the enemy during the Battle of Ortona (Dec 20-28,1943) Italy, the battle nicknamed "little Stalingrad" due to the vicious close quarters fighting that took place with the defending German paratroopers. The Canadian in this picture deploys the Rifle No.4 Mk1, an evolution of the Lee-Enfield .303 of WW1 vintage.

A Canadian soldier of the Infantry Division takes aim with a Lee-Enfield rifle during the Battle of Ortona, Italy, December The battle was small, yet extremely fierce against a battalion from the German Parachute Division and was dubbed "Litt

Canadians capture Caen - Rifleman R.R. Schwabe mans a loophole in French barracks used by the Germans and captured by the Regina Rifle Regiment. July 23, 1944, Vaucelles, France.

Canadians capture Caen - Rifleman R. Schwabe mans a loophole in French barracks used by the Germans and captured by the Regina Rifle Regiment.

Canadian soldiers celebrating the liberation of Caen, 10 July 1944.

Canadians capture Caen - Canadian personnel celebrating the liberation of Caen. Major David Currie VC on the right.

1 December 1944: ‘Dead tired’ on the front line in Holland. Troops of the 1st Norfolk Regiment during the advance on Wanssum, Holland, 26 November 1944.

1 December ‘Dead tired’ on the front line in Holland.BRITISH Troops of the Norfolk Regiment during the advance on Wanssum, Holland, 26 November

From left to right : Bernard Hoo, John Mc Couville, JR Kostick in are standing next to a sign Caen by the RN13. 10th July, 1944. - The three men survived the war and returned to the same place in 1974 and another photo was taken, this time with the Deputy Mayor of Caen.

July soldiers Bernard Hoo, John MacCouville and JR Kostick belonging to the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, Brigade, Canadian Infantry Division, before the panel of the west entrance to Caen.

Private Beale, 6th Btn. King's Own Scottish Borderers, Netherlands. 1 November 1944.

Private Beale of the King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1 November

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Royal Engineers serving with a Division Beach Group share cocoa with a French boy in the village of Ver-sur-Mer, Gold area, 6 June 1944

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